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Stories from Friday, November 25, 2005

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program accepting letters of intent (11/25/05)
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will accept letters of intent from constituents who intend to apply for grant funding through its Historic Preservation Restoration Grant and County Courthouse Restoration Sub-grant programs through Feb. 13, 2006, AHPP Director Ken Grunewald announced...
Finance Committee reports tax earnings (11/25/05)
Chairman George Williamson presided over the recent meeting of the Horseshoe Bend Finance Committee. All members except, David Seibert and Daniel Grover were present. Also present were members of the MRID Commission, MSID Commission and CSID Commission...
Sexual predator finds home in Fulton jail (11/25/05)
John Robert Green hoped to find a home in the Salem area where he would not be evicted once it became know he was a violent sexual predator. He got his wish. Green is now living in the Fulton County jail. Deputy Kevin Burns arrested Green Nov. 10 at the Fulton County Sheriff's Office when the Level 4 sex offender checked in with his probation officer, Gary Clayton. Green is charged with failure to report a change of address, a class D felony...
ICC school board accepts Stephens bid (11/25/05)
Izard County Consolidated School Board met in a regular business session on Nov. 9 in the high school board room. The board accepted the low bid of 4.12 percent from Stephens Inc. for the district's recent second lien bond issue. Superintendent Fred Walker told the board he is applying for state transitional facility funds on the current building projects and the agriculture barn that, if approved, will result in the state paying a portion of the district's debt on these projects...
Couch student new FCCLA vice president (11/25/05)
MYRTLE -- Couch High School senior Courtney Sanders has been elected as Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) president and Region 9 state vice president. Sanders, 18, is the daughter of Linda Sanders and Allen Sanders. Sanders has been involved in FCCLA at Couch School for four years...
Izard county men found in contempt (11/25/05)
Two individuals appeared in Izard County District Court Nov. 18 to answer charges and were found in contempt of court for appearing under the influence of illegal drugs. Matthew Travis Hoskinds, 19, of Melbourne was found in contempt and sentenced to 30 days in jail along with 10 additional day from a previous contempt charge relating to his appearing in court under the influence of methamphetamine...
Christmas festivities slated (11/25/05)
AREA -- The annual Alton Christmas Pageant and Parade will get holiday activities under way in the area Dec. 3. The event is sponsored by the Alton Culture Club. Alton Culture Club spokesperson Tammy Curtis said for the first time ever there will be a pre-pageant show starting at 8:45 a.m. ...
King honored for years of community service (11/25/05)
After more than 45 years of working for the Quad Cities community, finally the community is honoring one of its strongest supporters. Kenneth King is recipient of the 2005 E. Wilson Green Award, presented by the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce, for his volunteerism and community support...
Man caught throwing away meth lab (11/25/05)
A Fulton County man told authorities he had decided to stop manufacturing methamphetamine and was trying to dispose of his meth lab components when he was arrested Nov. 12, according to Brian Sanderson, investigator with the 16th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force...
Chamber awards achievers (11/25/05)
Horseshoe Bend Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet to recognize outstanding members of the community and to install new officers Nov. 17 at the Lantern Room in the Hill High Hotel. Paul Sulser, an active participant in the auxiliary police among other activities, was elected chamber president, Dorothy Batley as vice president, Susie Herron as secretary and Bonnie Zoccolla as treasurer...
Student 10,000 miles from home in Kosh (11/25/05)
KOSHKONONG -- For the past seven years Koshkonong agriculture teacher and advisor George Gross, his wife Vicky and son Thomas have sponsored foreign exchange students in their home. In all, they have hosted nine students. Gross serves at the state coordinator for the World Link Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX). World Link is one of the 14 organizations that cooperate with the State Department in placing and supervising FLEX students during their year in America...
Thayer receives MoDOT grant (11/25/05)
SIDEWALK PROJECT: Most of the 1,600 feet of ground involved in the city of Thayer sidewalk project is ready for work, but City Manager Gary Barton said a small portion of the project near East Meadows Apartments will need massive filling. THAYER -- Thayer City Manager Gary Barton announced last week that the city has applied for and received a transportation enhancement grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation...
Popp's art on display in Thayer (11/25/05)
CHESTNUT HILL EXHIBIT: Chestnut Hill Gallery will feature the work of Missouri artist Raymond Popp through the Christmas Holiday. Final Harvest, above, is one of his paintings that will be on display. THAYER -- The beauty of the Ozarks and more can be seen in the artwork of well-known Missouri artist Raymond Popp. His paintings are on exhibit at the Chestnut Hill Gallery in downtown Thayer through the Christmas holidays...
Arkansas Historic Preservation Program accepting letters of intent (11/25/05)
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will accept letters of intent from constituents who intend to apply for grant funding through its Historic Preservation Restoration Grant and County Courthouse Restoration Sub-grant programs through Feb. 13, 2006, AHPP Director Ken Grunewald announced...
ICC school board accepts Stephens bid (11/25/05)
Izard County Consolidated School Board met in a regular business session on Nov. 9 in the high school board room. The board accepted the low bid of 4.12 percent from Stephens Inc. for the district's recent second lien bond issue. Superintendent Fred Walker told the board he is applying for state transitional facility funds on the current building projects and the agriculture barn that, if approved, will result in the state paying a portion of the district's debt on these projects...
Finance Committee reports tax earnings (11/25/05)
Chairman George Williamson presided over the recent meeting of the Horseshoe Bend Finance Committee. All members except, David Seibert and Daniel Grover were present. Also present were members of the MRID Commission, MSID Commission and CSID Commission...
King honored for years of community service (11/25/05)
After more than 45 years of working for the Quad Cities community, finally the community is honoring one of its strongest supporters. Kenneth King is recipient of the 2005 E. Wilson Green Award, presented by the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce, for his volunteerism and community support...
Izard county men found in contempt (11/25/05)
Two individuals appeared in Izard County District Court Nov. 18 to answer charges and were found in contempt of court for appearing under the influence of illegal drugs. Matthew Travis Hoskinds, 19, of Melbourne was found in contempt and sentenced to 30 days in jail along with 10 additional day from a previous contempt charge relating to his appearing in court under the influence of methamphetamine...
Man caught throwing away meth lab (11/25/05)
A Fulton County man told authorities he had decided to stop manufacturing methamphetamine and was trying to dispose of his meth lab components when he was arrested Nov. 12, according to Brian Sanderson, investigator with the 16th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force...
Popp's art on display in Thayer (11/25/05)
THAYER -- The beauty of the Ozarks and more can be seen in the artwork of well-known Missouri artist Raymond Popp. His paintings are on exhibit at the Chestnut Hill Gallery in downtown Thayer through the Christmas holidays. Popp was born in Pittsburgh, Penn. ...
Christmas festivities slated (11/25/05)
AREA -- The annual Alton Christmas Pageant and Parade will get holiday activities under way in the area Dec. 3. The event is sponsored by the Alton Culture Club. Alton Culture Club spokesperson Tammy Curtis said for the first time ever there will be a pre-pageant show starting at 8:45 a.m. ...
Couch student new FCCLA vice president (11/25/05)
MYRTLE -- Couch High School senior Courtney Sanders has been elected as Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) president and Region 9 state vice president. Sanders, 18, is the daughter of Linda Sanders and Allen Sanders. Sanders has been involved in FCCLA at Couch School for four years...
Student 10,000 miles from home in Kosh (11/25/05)
KOSHKONONG -- For the past seven years Koshkonong agriculture teacher and advisor George Gross, his wife Vicky and son Thomas have sponsored foreign exchange students in their home. In all, they have hosted nine students. Gross serves at the state coordinator for the World Link Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX). World Link is one of the 14 organizations that cooperate with the State Department in placing and supervising FLEX students during their year in America...
Thayer receives MoDOT grant (11/25/05)
SIDEWALK PROJECT: Most of the 1,600 feet of ground involved in the city of Thayer sidewalk project is ready for work, but City Manager Gary Barton said a small portion of the project near East Meadows Apartments will need massive filling. THAYER -- Thayer City Manager Gary Barton announced last week that the city has applied for and received a transportation enhancement grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation...
Sexual predator finds home in Fulton jail (11/25/05)
John Robert Green hoped to find a home in the Salem area where he would not be evicted once it became know he was a violent sexual predator. He got his wish. Green is now living in the Fulton County jail. Deputy Kevin Burns arrested Green Nov. 10 at the Fulton County Sheriff's Office when the Level 4 sex offender checked in with his probation officer, Gary Clayton. Green is charged with failure to report a change of address, a class D felony...
Chamber awards achievers (11/25/05)
Horseshoe Bend Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet to recognize outstanding members of the community and to install new officers Nov. 17 at the Lantern Room in the Hill High Hotel. Paul Sulser, an active participant in the auxiliary police among other activities, was elected chamber president, Dorothy Batley as vice president, Susie Herron as secretary and Bonnie Zoccolla as treasurer...
Student 10,000 miles from home in Kosh (11/25/05)
KOSHKONONG -- For the past seven years Koshkonong agriculture teacher and advisor George Gross, his wife Vicky and son Thomas have sponsored foreign exchange students in their home. In all, they have hosted nine students. Gross serves at the state coordinator for the World Link Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX). World Link is one of the 14 organizations that cooperate with the State Department in placing and supervising FLEX students during their year in America...
Thayer receives MoDOT grant (11/25/05)
SIDEWALK PROJECT: Most of the 1,600 feet of ground involved in the city of Thayer sidewalk project is ready for work, but City Manager Gary Barton said a small portion of the project near East Meadows Apartments will need massive filling. THAYER -- Thayer City Manager Gary Barton announced last week that the city has applied for and received a transportation enhancement grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation...
Couch student new FCCLA vice president (11/25/05)
MYRTLE -- Couch High School senior Courtney Sanders has been elected as Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) president and Region 9 state vice president. Sanders, 18, is the daughter of Linda Sanders and Allen Sanders. Sanders has been involved in FCCLA at Couch School for four years...
Christmas festivities slated (11/25/05)
AREA -- The annual Alton Christmas Pageant and Parade will get holiday activities under way in the area Dec. 3. The event is sponsored by the Alton Culture Club. Alton Culture Club spokesperson Tammy Curtis said for the first time ever there will be a pre-pageant show starting at 8:45 a.m. ...
Izard county men found in contempt (11/25/05)
Two individuals appeared in Izard County District Court Nov. 18 to answer charges and were found in contempt of court for appearing under the influence of illegal drugs. Matthew Travis Hoskinds, 19, of Melbourne was found in contempt and sentenced to 30 days in jail along with 10 additional day from a previous contempt charge relating to his appearing in court under the influence of methamphetamine...
Chamber awards achievers (11/25/05)
Horseshoe Bend Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet to recognize outstanding members of the community and to install new officers Nov. 17 at the Lantern Room in the Hill High Hotel. Paul Sulser, an active participant in the auxiliary police among other activities, was elected chamber president, Dorothy Batley as vice president, Susie Herron as secretary and Bonnie Zoccolla as treasurer...
Popp's art on display in Thayer (11/25/05)
CHESTNUT HILL EXHIBIT: Chestnut Hill Gallery will feature the work of Missouri artist Raymond Popp through the Christmas Holiday. Final Harvest, above, is one of his paintings that will be on display. THAYER -- The beauty of the Ozarks and more can be seen in the artwork of well-known Missouri artist Raymond Popp. His paintings are on exhibit at the Chestnut Hill Gallery in downtown Thayer through the Christmas holidays...
Sexual predator finds home in Fulton jail (11/25/05)
John Robert Green hoped to find a home in the Salem area where he would not be evicted once it became know he was a violent sexual predator. He got his wish. Green is now living in the Fulton County jail. Deputy Kevin Burns arrested Green Nov. 10 at the Fulton County Sheriff's Office when the Level 4 sex offender checked in with his probation officer, Gary Clayton. Green is charged with failure to report a change of address, a class D felony...
ICC school board accepts Stephens bid (11/25/05)
Izard County Consolidated School Board met in a regular business session on Nov. 9 in the high school board room. The board accepted the low bid of 4.12 percent from Stephens Inc. for the district's recent second lien bond issue. Superintendent Fred Walker told the board he is applying for state transitional facility funds on the current building projects and the agriculture barn that, if approved, will result in the state paying a portion of the district's debt on these projects...
King honored for years of community service (11/25/05)
After more than 45 years of working for the Quad Cities community, finally the community is honoring one of its strongest supporters. Kenneth King is recipient of the 2005 E. Wilson Green Award, presented by the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce, for his volunteerism and community support...
Man caught throwing away meth lab (11/25/05)
A Fulton County man told authorities he had decided to stop manufacturing methamphetamine and was trying to dispose of his meth lab components when he was arrested Nov. 12, according to Brian Sanderson, investigator with the 16th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force...
Arkansas Historic Preservation Program accepting letters of intent (11/25/05)
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will accept letters of intent from constituents who intend to apply for grant funding through its Historic Preservation Restoration Grant and County Courthouse Restoration Sub-grant programs through Feb. 13, 2006, AHPP Director Ken Grunewald announced...
Finance Committee reports tax earnings (11/25/05)
Chairman George Williamson presided over the recent meeting of the Horseshoe Bend Finance Committee. All members except, David Seibert and Daniel Grover were present. Also present were members of the MRID Commission, MSID Commission and CSID Commission...
King honored for years of community service (11/25/05)
After more than 45 years of working for the Quad Cities community, finally the community is honoring one of its strongest supporters. Kenneth King is recipient of the 2005 E. Wilson Green Award, presented by the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce, for his volunteerism and community support...
Arkansas Historic Preservation Program accepting letters of intent (11/25/05)
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will accept letters of intent from constituents who intend to apply for grant funding through its Historic Preservation Restoration Grant and County Courthouse Restoration Sub-grant programs through Feb. 13, 2006, AHPP Director Ken Grunewald announced...
Finance Committee reports tax earnings (11/25/05)
Chairman George Williamson presided over the recent meeting of the Horseshoe Bend Finance Committee. All members except, David Seibert and Daniel Grover were present. Also present were members of the MRID Commission, MSID Commission and CSID Commission...
ICC school board accepts Stephens bid (11/25/05)
Izard County Consolidated School Board met in a regular business session on Nov. 9 in the high school board room. The board accepted the low bid of 4.12 percent from Stephens Inc. for the district's recent second lien bond issue. Superintendent Fred Walker told the board he is applying for state transitional facility funds on the current building projects and the agriculture barn that, if approved, will result in the state paying a portion of the district's debt on these projects...
Man caught throwing away meth lab (11/25/05)
A Fulton County man told authorities he had decided to stop manufacturing methamphetamine and was trying to dispose of his meth lab components when he was arrested Nov. 12, according to Brian Sanderson, investigator with the 16th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force...
Chamber awards achievers (11/25/05)
Horseshoe Bend Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet to recognize outstanding members of the community and to install new officers Nov. 17 at the Lantern Room in the Hill High Hotel. Paul Sulser, an active participant in the auxiliary police among other activities, was elected chamber president, Dorothy Batley as vice president, Susie Herron as secretary and Bonnie Zoccolla as treasurer...
Thayer receives MoDOT grant (11/25/05)
SIDEWALK PROJECT: Most of the 1,600 feet of ground involved in the city of Thayer sidewalk project is ready for work, but City Manager Gary Barton said a small portion of the project near East Meadows Apartments will need massive filling. THAYER -- Thayer City Manager Gary Barton announced last week that the city has applied for and received a transportation enhancement grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation...
Student 10,000 miles from home in Kosh (11/25/05)
KOSHKONONG -- For the past seven years Koshkonong agriculture teacher and advisor George Gross, his wife Vicky and son Thomas have sponsored foreign exchange students in their home. In all, they have hosted nine students. Gross serves at the state coordinator for the World Link Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX). World Link is one of the 14 organizations that cooperate with the State Department in placing and supervising FLEX students during their year in America...
Couch student new FCCLA vice president (11/25/05)
MYRTLE -- Couch High School senior Courtney Sanders has been elected as Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) president and Region 9 state vice president. Sanders, 18, is the daughter of Linda Sanders and Allen Sanders. Sanders has been involved in FCCLA at Couch School for four years...
Izard county men found in contempt (11/25/05)
Two individuals appeared in Izard County District Court Nov. 18 to answer charges and were found in contempt of court for appearing under the influence of illegal drugs. Matthew Travis Hoskinds, 19, of Melbourne was found in contempt and sentenced to 30 days in jail along with 10 additional day from a previous contempt charge relating to his appearing in court under the influence of methamphetamine...
Christmas festivities slated (11/25/05)
AREA -- The annual Alton Christmas Pageant and Parade will get holiday activities under way in the area Dec. 3. The event is sponsored by the Alton Culture Club. Alton Culture Club spokesperson Tammy Curtis said for the first time ever there will be a pre-pageant show starting at 8:45 a.m. ...
Sexual predator finds home in Fulton jail (11/25/05)
John Robert Green hoped to find a home in the Salem area where he would not be evicted once it became know he was a violent sexual predator. He got his wish. Green is now living in the Fulton County jail. Deputy Kevin Burns arrested Green Nov. 10 at the Fulton County Sheriff's Office when the Level 4 sex offender checked in with his probation officer, Gary Clayton. Green is charged with failure to report a change of address, a class D felony...
Popp's art on display in Thayer (11/25/05)
THAYER -- The beauty of the Ozarks and more can be seen in the artwork of well-known Missouri artist Raymond Popp. His paintings are on exhibit at the Chestnut Hill Gallery in downtown Thayer through the Christmas holidays. Popp was born in Pittsburgh, Penn. ...
Angels available in Williford (11/25/05)
Williford Post Office will present the Wall of Angels this holiday season. "Join us in giving the gift of joy this Christmas," said a spokesman. Those interested can come in during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m...
Kiana Melody Mahaffey (11/25/05)
Alexia and Jimmy Mahaffey of Ravenden announce the arrival of a baby girl, Kiana Melody, born Sept. 22, 2005, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. She weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Darlene George of Black Rock and Larry and Charlotte Mahaffey of Hardy...
Larkins completes training (11/25/05)
Navy Seaman Recruit Jennifer D. Larkins, daughter of Barbara L. Larkins of Cherokee Village and Billy A. Benson of Bossier City, La., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Larkins is a 2005 graduate of Highland High School of Hardy...
Guentner, Welte to unite in matrimony (11/25/05)
Elaine Guentner of Bigelow, Ark., and D.J. Welte of Jonesboro will be married Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. at the Greene Chapel at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Akridge. Her grandparents are Betty Goodson and the late Brian Goodson and Charlie Akridge...
McCord, West to wed (11/25/05)
Canea McCord and Jonathan West will be married Nov. 26 at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Cherokee Village with a reception to follow at Omaha Center. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Angels available in Williford (11/25/05)
Williford Post Office will present the Wall of Angels this holiday season. "Join us in giving the gift of joy this Christmas," said a spokesman. Those interested can come in during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m...
Larkins completes training (11/25/05)
Navy Seaman Recruit Jennifer D. Larkins, daughter of Barbara L. Larkins of Cherokee Village and Billy A. Benson of Bossier City, La., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Larkins is a 2005 graduate of Highland High School of Hardy...
Guentner, Welte to unite in matrimony (11/25/05)
Elaine Guentner of Bigelow, Ark., and D.J. Welte of Jonesboro will be married Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. at the Greene Chapel at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Akridge. Her grandparents are Betty Goodson and the late Brian Goodson and Charlie Akridge...
Kiana Melody Mahaffey (11/25/05)
Alexia and Jimmy Mahaffey of Ravenden announce the arrival of a baby girl, Kiana Melody, born Sept. 22, 2005, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. She weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Darlene George of Black Rock and Larry and Charlotte Mahaffey of Hardy...
McCord, West to wed (11/25/05)
Canea McCord and Jonathan West will be married Nov. 26 at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Cherokee Village with a reception to follow at Omaha Center. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Lady Grizzlies win 7th straight regional (11/25/05)
The Missouri State University-West Plains Lady Grizzlies returned to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Women's National Volleyball Championship Tournament after winning their seventh consecutive NJCAA Region 16 Championship Nov. 12...
Richardson beats buzzer against Hillcrest (11/25/05)
While she scorched the nets for 33 points on the night, none were any more important than the last two that went through the bucket. Brittany Richardson hit the game-winning shot as the buzzer sounded Nov. 15, helping the Izard County Consolidated Lady Cougars to a 67-65 non-conference win over the Hillcrest Screamin' Lady Eagles in overtime...
Surprising acorn abundance could reduce deer harvest this year (11/25/05)
In an age when science has laid bare many of the mysteries of the universe, you would think biologists could predict a good acorn crop. You would be wrong. Missouri is in the midst of a superabundance of acorns, a fact that amazes experts. Each year the Missouri Department of Conservation conducts a survey to determine the abundance or scarcity of acorns. ...
Viola overpowers Lady Tigers (11/25/05)
As of late, the Evening Shade Lady Tigers' basketball squad has resembled something like a MASH unit. Or as head coach Allen Reding puts it, "We're like the walking wounded." With a couple of important senior stalwarts sidelined due to injury, the Lady Tigers' already thin roster was at a definite disadvantage as they traveled to Viola Nov. 17 to scrap with the Lady Longhorns...
Lady Grizzlies win 7th straight regional (11/25/05)
The Missouri State University-West Plains Lady Grizzlies returned to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Women's National Volleyball Championship Tournament after winning their seventh consecutive NJCAA Region 16 Championship Nov. 12...
Surprising acorn abundance could reduce deer harvest this year (11/25/05)
In an age when science has laid bare many of the mysteries of the universe, you would think biologists could predict a good acorn crop. You would be wrong. Missouri is in the midst of a superabundance of acorns, a fact that amazes experts. Each year the Missouri Department of Conservation conducts a survey to determine the abundance or scarcity of acorns. ...
Viola overpowers Lady Tigers (11/25/05)
As of late, the Evening Shade Lady Tigers' basketball squad has resembled something like a MASH unit. Or as head coach Allen Reding puts it, "We're like the walking wounded." With a couple of important senior stalwarts sidelined due to injury, the Lady Tigers' already thin roster was at a definite disadvantage as they traveled to Viola Nov. 17 to scrap with the Lady Longhorns...
Richardson beats buzzer against Hillcrest (11/25/05)
While she scorched the nets for 33 points on the night, none were any more important than the last two that went through the bucket. Brittany Richardson hit the game-winning shot as the buzzer sounded Nov. 15, helping the Izard County Consolidated Lady Cougars to a 67-65 non-conference win over the Hillcrest Screamin' Lady Eagles in overtime...
Lelia Frances Mosey (11/25/05)
Lelia Frances Pearl Mosey, of Salem, Ark., was born June 1, 1926, in Seminole County, Okla., daughter of the late Maude Short and Henry A. Pearl. She died Nov. 15, 2005. She was married to the late Corwin H. Mosey in Mammoth Spring Jan. 27, 1945. Two daughters were born to this union and are survivors: Judith Ann Thompson and Jeanette Gail Mosey. ...
Joanne Kasson (11/25/05)
Joanne Kasson, 76, of Cherokee Village, died Nov. 11, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. She was born Aug. 4, 1929, at Jefferson City, Mo., the daughter of Frank and Ethel Tuttle Judy. She was a pharmaceutical assistant who worked at Bruno Schultz (medical)...
Ray Bishop (11/25/05)
Ray Bishop was born July 11, 1926, in Heart, Ark., and died Oct. 23, 2005, at the age of 79 years. He was a veteran of World War II. He was drafted at the age of 18 and proudly served his country. After returning home from the war, he met and married Waydene Duke. ...
Patrick Malone (11/25/05)
Patrick Malone, 55, died Nov. 10, 2005, at his home in Nampa, Idaho He was born on Aug. 7, 1950, in Thayer, Mo., the third child of Earl Dean Malone and Mary Violet Mulkey. He grew up in Gretna and graduated from Gretna High School in Gretna, Neb. He graduated from Southwest Community College in Lincoln Neb., with a degree in drafting. ...
Sherry Gay Owens Cochran (11/25/05)
Sherry Gay Owens Cochran, of Salem, Ark., daughter of the late Thurlo Noble Owens and Jewell Francise Vanderpool Owens, was born Aug. 25, 1943, in Wenatchee, Wash. She died Nov. 17, 2005, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, at the age of 62. She was married to Jerry Dean Cochran in 1962 at Union, Ark., and to this union two children were born. She was a beautician and was a member of Salem Church of Christ...
Hayden Orvis Estes (11/25/05)
Hayden Orvis Estes born July 26, 1915 as a member of one of the first families to settle the Ash Flat area, died Nov. 19, 2005, at the age of 90. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Rexine Haskins Estes; two daughters and son-in law, Charlotte and Jim Fowler of Myron and Carolyn Stewart of Ash Flat; one son, Tommy Estes of Ash Flat; six grandchildren, Karen Fowler, Julie Boles, Frank (Ellie) Fowler, Barry Fowler, Chad (Amy) Stewart and Stephanie Stewart; four great-grandchildren, Kerry Boles, Amber Stewart, Madison Lovelace and Wyatt Fowler; one sister, Ota Manry of California; and one brother Claud Estes of California; several nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends.. ...
Bonnie Jean Clements Huskey (11/25/05)
Bonnie Jean Clements Huskey, 68, of Cave City, Ark., died Nov. 18, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Jan. 15, 1937, at Ravenden to Hanley and Thelma Clements. She retired after 18 years as a school bus driver and custodian from the Strawberry School District, was a teacher's aide, a volunteer Foster grandparent and was a Christian...
Mark Short (11/25/05)
Mark Short, 41, of Hardy, Ark., died Nov. 19, 2005, at Baxter County Regional Hospital in Mountain Home. He was a carpenter. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Short; daughters, Latisha Hawkins, Malana Short and Kimberly Short of Hardy; a son, Randy Sneed of Cherokee Village; sisters, Mary Lathem of Missoula, Mont., Jessica Morris of Batesville, Cindy Rogers of Jonesboro and Joyce Gilman of Cave City; and two brothers, Micheal Short of Wirth and Gene Short of Cherokee Village...
James "Jim" Wilkey (11/25/05)
James "Jim" Harvey Wilkey, 83, of Highland, Ark., died Nov. 11, 2005, at his residence. He was born April 27, 1922, in Villisca, Iowa, the son of Harold and Lula Wagaman Wilkey. He was a member of the First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. He loved to play the harmonica and farming was his passion...
Joseph Neil Stewart (11/25/05)
Joseph Neil Stewart, 43, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Nov. 12 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born in Elgin, Ill., the son of Mary Stewart. His religious belief was the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Stacey Stewart of the home; four daughters, Tiffany and Tonya Stewart of Eldorado, and Amber and Jada Stewart of Cherokee Village; two brothers, Shane and Lenny Haggins of Mammoth Spring; and one sister, Glenda Brown of Pocahontas...
Sally Deckard-Martin (11/25/05)
Sally Michelle Deckard-Martin, 35, of Alton, Mo., was born June 3, 1970, in Rockford, Ill., and died Nov. 10, 2005, at the Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. Survivors include her husband, Bob Martin; a daughter, Taquila Morris; one stepson, Robby Martin; her parents, David and Carol Deckard; her paternal grandparents, Alfred and Jane Deckard; one brother, James Deckard all of Alton; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Florence Tomlinson (11/25/05)
Florence Faye Tomlinson, 88, of Melbourne, Ark., died in a Batesville hospital Nov. 10, 2005. She was born on Nov. 13, 1916, in Anadarko, Okla., and was the daughter of Drew Fudge and Martha Griffith Fudge. She was married for 62 years to Waldon H. Tomlinson, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Melbourne, was a homemaker and an excellent cook...
Rexal Williams (11/25/05)
Rexall Williams, of Salem, son of the late Samuel Audra and Ada Mae Mitchell Williams was born Sept. 1, 1925, in Mitchell, Ark. He died Oct. 29, 2005, at West Plains, Mo. at the age of 80 years. He was married to Theda Pauline Moore on May 7, 1945, at Lawrence, Kan. ...
Violet L. Lentz (11/25/05)
Violet L. Lentz, 86, of Alton, Mo., was born July 11, 1919, in Arkansas and died Nov. 15, 2005, at the Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer, Mo. Survivors include three children, Marietta Varnell of Alton, Ruben Lentz of Natalie, Texas, and Bernie Lenz of Canton, Ill.; 13 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchldren and great-great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends...
Bertie Johnson Curtis (11/25/05)
Bertie Johnson Curtis, 100, of Cave City, Ark., died Nov. 13, 2005, at Woodlawn Nursing Home in Batesville. Born April 4, 1905, in Emery, Ark., she was the daughter of L.D. Holley and Tinie McLeod Holley. She was a homemaker and a retired Cave City Grocery Store merchant...
La Jena Jewel Adams (11/25/05)
La Jena Jewel Adams, died Nov. 11, 2005, in Thayer, at the age of 29 years. She was born Nov. 14, 1975, in Salem, Ark., to Richard and La Wanda Pittman Green. She married David Leo Adams in Thayer, Mo. on Feb. 14, 1997. She was an active member of the Midway Pentecostal Church in Thayer...
James Loyd Stroud (11/25/05)
James Loyd Stroud, of Heart, son of the late John Allen Stroud and Frankie Elizabeth Mooney Stroud, was born Aug. 6, 1932, in Ballard, Ark. He died Nov. 14, 2005, at his home at the age of 73 years. He was married to Martha Williams on June 29, 1955, at Saddle. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He was a carpenter and a member of the Living Word Tabernacle...
Lilbern Irene Farris Nix (11/25/05)
Lilbern Irene Farris Nix, 85, died Nov. 7, 2005, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. She was a life-long Christian and member of the Ash Flat Baptist Church where she served as a Sunday School teacher and church secretary. She was born in Ash Flat on Jan. 28, 1920. There she graduated from high school and worked as a postal clerk, a homemaker, and a land developer. She also worked with her husband, Orvis Earl Nix, on their farm for the 42 years of their marriage...
Evelyn H. Hood (11/25/05)
Evelyn H. Hood, 95, of Little Rock, Ark., formerly of Salem, Ark., died Nov. 12, 2005, at her home. She was also formerly of the Joliet area. She was a retired school teacher having taught for 45 years. She was the widow of James E. Hood who preceded her in death on Jan. 15, 2005...
William Moore Sr. (11/25/05)
William Fleming Moore Sr., 89, of Cherokee Village died Nov. 15, 2005, at the White County Medical Center in Searcy. Bill was born on July 28, 1916, in Bethesda, Md., the son of Aldrich and Kate Goulding Moore. He worked for the Dayco Corporation in Atlanta, Ga., as district manager of the southeastern area. ...
Billye Sue Stuart (11/25/05)
Billye Sue Pinkston Stuart, 67, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Nov. 16, 2005, at the NEA Hospital in Jonesboro. She was the daughter of the late Pertin Pinkston and the late Charlie Noonan Pinkston. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband Bill Stuart; two daughters, Tamara Robertson and Sandra Elliott of Jonesboro; and one sister, Marcella Holder of Jonesboro...
Joanne Kasson (11/25/05)
Joanne Kasson, 76, of Cherokee Village, died Nov. 11, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. She was born Aug. 4, 1929, at Jefferson City, Mo., the daughter of Frank and Ethel Tuttle Judy. She was a pharmaceutical assistant who worked at Bruno Schultz (medical)...
Billye Sue Stuart (11/25/05)
Billye Sue Pinkston Stuart, 67, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Nov. 16, 2005, at the NEA Hospital in Jonesboro. She was the daughter of the late Pertin Pinkston and the late Charlie Noonan Pinkston. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband Bill Stuart; two daughters, Tamara Robertson and Sandra Elliott of Jonesboro; and one sister, Marcella Holder of Jonesboro...
James Loyd Stroud (11/25/05)
James Loyd Stroud, of Heart, son of the late John Allen Stroud and Frankie Elizabeth Mooney Stroud, was born Aug. 6, 1932, in Ballard, Ark. He died Nov. 14, 2005, at his home at the age of 73 years. He was married to Martha Williams on June 29, 1955, at Saddle. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He was a carpenter and a member of the Living Word Tabernacle...
La Jena Jewel Adams (11/25/05)
La Jena Jewel Adams, died Nov. 11, 2005, in Thayer, at the age of 29 years. She was born Nov. 14, 1975, in Salem, Ark., to Richard and La Wanda Pittman Green. She married David Leo Adams in Thayer, Mo. on Feb. 14, 1997. She was an active member of the Midway Pentecostal Church in Thayer...
Lilbern Irene Farris Nix (11/25/05)
Lilbern Irene Farris Nix, 85, died Nov. 7, 2005, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. She was a life-long Christian and member of the Ash Flat Baptist Church where she served as a Sunday School teacher and church secretary. She was born in Ash Flat on Jan. 28, 1920. There she graduated from high school and worked as a postal clerk, a homemaker, and a land developer. She also worked with her husband, Orvis Earl Nix, on their farm for the 42 years of their marriage...
James "Jim" Wilkey (11/25/05)
James "Jim" Harvey Wilkey, 83, of Highland, Ark., died Nov. 11, 2005, at his residence. He was born April 27, 1922, in Villisca, Iowa, the son of Harold and Lula Wagaman Wilkey. He was a member of the First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. He loved to play the harmonica and farming was his passion...
Florence Tomlinson (11/25/05)
Florence Faye Tomlinson, 88, of Melbourne, Ark., died in a Batesville hospital Nov. 10, 2005. She was born on Nov. 13, 1916, in Anadarko, Okla., and was the daughter of Drew Fudge and Martha Griffith Fudge. She was married for 62 years to Waldon H. Tomlinson, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Melbourne, was a homemaker and an excellent cook...
Bonnie Jean Clements Huskey (11/25/05)
Bonnie Jean Clements Huskey, 68, of Cave City, Ark., died Nov. 18, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Jan. 15, 1937, at Ravenden to Hanley and Thelma Clements. She retired after 18 years as a school bus driver and custodian from the Strawberry School District, was a teacher's aide, a volunteer Foster grandparent and was a Christian...
Hayden Orvis Estes (11/25/05)
Hayden Orvis Estes born July 26, 1915 as a member of one of the first families to settle the Ash Flat area, died Nov. 19, 2005, at the age of 90. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Rexine Haskins Estes; two daughters and son-in law, Charlotte and Jim Fowler of Myron and Carolyn Stewart of Ash Flat; one son, Tommy Estes of Ash Flat; six grandchildren, Karen Fowler, Julie Boles, Frank (Ellie) Fowler, Barry Fowler, Chad (Amy) Stewart and Stephanie Stewart; four great-grandchildren, Kerry Boles, Amber Stewart, Madison Lovelace and Wyatt Fowler; one sister, Ota Manry of California; and one brother Claud Estes of California; several nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends.. ...